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Tuesday, July 22, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

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NATIONALS FAVORED

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Baseball all-stars collide

For Direct Classified Ad Service. Phiomue 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 10:00 to 3:00

it

WASHINGTON (P) - Baseball
took time out from moonwatching
yesterday to name Steve Carlton
of St. Louis and Denny McLain of
Detroit as the starting pitchers for
tonight's 40th All-Star Game at
Kennedy Stadium.
President Nixon is expected to
be among the 45,000 who will turn
out for the annual midsummer
test between the best of the Na-
tional League and the American
League. Game time is 7:15 p.m.
EST with national television and
radio coverage by the National
Broadcasting Co.
Cartlon, a left-hander, was the
surprising choice by Manager Red
Schoendienst of St. Louis, who
had been expected to lead with
his ace, Bob Gibson, in a bid for
a seventh s t r ai g h t National
League victory.
However, Gibson has been below
par due to a damaged left knee
and will be reserved for emer-
gency duty.
When reporters asked Carlton
about his thoughts on starting he
said he would have preferred to
have pitched Sunday's game
against Pittsburgh because he
hated to miss any starts in his
bid for a 20-victory season. "If I
had my druthers I would have
pitched Sunday's game," said the
24-year-old lefty, who has a 12-5
season record.
It came as no surprise when
Mayo Smith of Detroit, the Ameri-
can League manager, picked "my
aviator" as his starter. "My avi-
ator," of course, was McLain, an
airplane pilot, organist, Las Vegas
entertainer and 31-game winner
of 1968. He is 14-5 this season.
The American League, 6-to-5
underdog, has a powerful start-
ing lineup that produced 179 home
runs, including 37 by Reggie Jack-
son of Oakland, the majors' lead-
er, and 34 by big Frank Howard
of Washington.
The National starting eight, ex-
cluding the pitcher, has only 105
homers, with Willie McCovery of
San Francisco high man at 30.
Smith and Schoendienst earned
the managing honors by winning
pennants last year. However, both
are trailing this season, the Tigers
by 11 games, the Cardinals by
11 games, so another meeting does
not appear likely.
Schoendienst indicated he will
follow Carlton with high-kicking
Juan Marichal of San Francisco
and probably finish up with Bill
Singer, Los A n g e l e s fastball
pitcher.
Smith is expected to use John
"blue moon" Odom of Oakland,
Mel Stottlemyre of the New York
Yankees and Sam McDowell of
Cleveland. No pitcher is permitted
to work more than three innings.

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM FORRESTER
unless the game goes overtime. All
of the other starters must play at
least the first three innings.
"Naturally I want to win," said
Schoendienst, "and I want to
score more than one run last year's
final was 1-0. Both lineups are
strong and I don't think the
pitchers can overpower the hitters
as in the past two years."
Despite their World Series vic-
tory last fall, the American
League, which once dominated
this series but now trails 21-17-1,
is anxious to get back on the vic-.
tory path. "We're going to make
every effort to win," said Smith.
The starting lineups were deter-
mined by the vote of players,
coaches and managers.
The American League will have
Boog Powell of Baltimore at first;
Rod Carew of Minnesota, the
league's leading hitter, at second;
Rico Petrocelli of Boston at short,
and Sal Bando of Oakland at

third. Jackson will be in center-
field flanked by Howard in left
and Frank Robinson of Baltimore
in right. Detroit's Bill Freehan will-
catch McLain
McCovey will be at first base
for the Nationals, Felix Millan of
Atlanta at second, Don Kessinger
of Chicago at short and Ron San-
to of Chicago at third. Matty Alou
of Pittsburgh, top hitter in the
N.L., will play centerfield, with
Cleon Jones of the New York Mets
in left and Hank Aaron of At-
lanta, playing his 18th all-star
game, in right field. The catcher
will be Johnny Bench of Cincin-
nati, who is expected to get back
from military service in time for
the game.
Willie Mays, who holds all sorts
of All-Star records .from 19 pre-
vious games, probably will be used
as a pinch-hitter due to a shoulder
problem.
The game will climax the cen-
tennial gala production that in-
cluded an all-time All-Star team
and the greatest player ever at a
banquet last night.
Late changes in the reserve
squad found Mike Andrews of
Boston replacing Dave Johnson of
Baltimore, who suffered a back
injury. Don Mincher of Seattle.
and Roy White of the New York
Yankees had been added later due
to the illness of Tony Oliva and
an injury to Mike Hegan. f

FOR RENT'
UNDERGRAD GIRL looking for 1 or 2t
girls with great apt. on campus for
fall. Up to $100/mo. Call collect, 851-
1068 or 69. 60Cto
FOR FALL-Hospitals, one block from
either. 2 bdrm. apts. starting at
$230. 663-6448. 37Ctc
MALE GRAD seeks hipmate~s} in 2 '
bdrm apt, or oldhouse for fall. Call
Alan, 663-5011 before 3 p.m. or 769-
4315 after 3 p.m. 62049
924 OAKLAND. Private room for girl
only, grad. Fall. $65. Call NO 8-6906.r
34 Ctcj
MALE GRAD seeks roommate to share
1 bdrm. apt. for fall and/or now. Call
Tom, 769-5238 or 769-0337. 42053
Campus-Fal -Hospital I
Extra large 2 bdrm.-4 man. Modern.
furnished, dishwasher, parking.
For information call NO 8-6906
57Ctc
HELP! % of our 4-man bi-level beau-
tifully located apartment will beI
empty this fall unless we find 1 or
2 girls to live in the other bedroom.
Call 761-0813,.6-8 p.m. or 1-543-3696.
51C48
OFF STREET PARKING. $1.50/wk.
Church St. Please call 668-6665 from
5-10 p.m. 35049
RENTING Summer and Fall-1 and 2
bedroom furnished apartments. 663--
6448. 36Ctc
FALL RENTALS
l 1 S. State
2, 3, & 4 MAN
Modern, well kept, furnished, air con-
ditioned, privately owned-References
_Ask our tenants.
One & Two Bedrooms Available
Call 1-864-3852
or 1 -353-7389
C39:
3 GIRLS NEEDED for fall. 2 bdrm.,l
modern. air cond., balcony, near cam-I
pus and hospital. Evenings, 761-4950.
560481
GRAD in Industrial Engineering needsI
someone to share 2 bdrm. apt. for fall.
761-8913 or U Towers, 6-B. 44C46
FALL
1969

FOR RENT!
CAMPUS-HOSPITALS - Efficiency, pri-
vate bath and entrance. $115mo. 663-
9131 after 6 p.m. 61C57
WANTED - Female roommate for fall,
to be third in 8 room apartment.
Own room. Air conditioning, veryl
close to campus. About $65 per month.
Call 761-8483 after 5:30. 58051
T THE PARK LANE
Luxurious, 1 bdrm apts.
b hi-level
* air conditioning
* dishwashers
0 parking and laundry
Call 663-3809 or 761-8055
23 Cto
HOSPITAL
AREA

FOR RENT
COUPLES
Grad students and student families
like the quiet 1 and 2 bdrm. furn.
apts. at Sans Souci Apts. Main St.
near Stadium. Large apts, nicely
furnished, air cond ., storage, laun-
dry and parking. Call 662-2952.
25 Ctc

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

LINES 1 day
2 1.00
3 1.10
4 1.35
5 1.55
6 1.80
7 2.00
8 2.20
9 2.40
10 2.60
INCH ES
1 2.60
2 4.90
3 6.95
4 8.90
5 10.70

2 days
1 .60
2.15
2 60
3.00
3.40
3.75
4:15
4 55
4.95
4.95
9.50
13.50
17.35
21.10

3 dos
2.35
3.10
3 75
4 35
4.95
5.50
6.10
6.65
7.15
7.15
13.80
19.75
25.55
31.40

4 days
3 00
4.05
4 05
4 65
6.35
7.20
7.90
9.70
10.30
10.30
17.85
25.50
33.45
41.40

5 days
3.65
4.85
5 90
6 90
7.85
8.85
9.75
10.65
11.35
11.35
21.75
31.15
40.95
51.15

6 days
4.20
5 65
6 90
8 05
9.25
10.40
11 .45
1260
13.30
13.30
25.40
36.65
48.30
60.50

odd.
.60
.80
.95
1.15
1.30
1.45
1.55
1.70
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.80

Fall

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Apartments
1, 2, 3 Bedroom
Furnished Apts.

Additional costs per day after six days.
Ads that are 11/,, 21, 31/2, etc. inch size will be billed at the
overage of the lower and higher inch rate.

2 Bedroom Furnished Apts.
Some bi-levels include dishwashers, air Include carpeting and drapes, air con-
conditioning, parking. 8 or 12 monthI ditioning, balcony, garbage dispnsal,
lease. 761-8055. 54Ctc dishwasher, parking, laundry facili-
-- ----------ties. Come to our rental office at 737
Packard.

318 E. WILLIAM

761-8055

6Ctc

One bedroom furnished, August oc -
cupancy, wall-to-wall carpeting,
parking. $160 per month includes
heat and water.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
335 E. Huron 662-7787
27 Ctc{
SINGLE ROOM for rent. Summer9and
fall. 663-3886. 59C49
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL AREA
August Occupancy
Furnished two-bedroom apt, with
wall-to-wall carpeting, disposal,
parking. $200 per month includes
,beat and water, air-conditioner
optional.
3k
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
33EHun6-

NOW RENTING
FOR FALL
Choice Apartments
* Foxcroft, 815 S. State
9 Packard Plaza, 917 Packard
9 University Plaza, 608 Monroe
* Bel-Air, 815 S. Main
* Oak Terrace, 908 Oakland
* Athena, 508 S. Division
Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Property Management Division
106 S. Main 769-2800

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
BMW R-69, 1960, entire bike completely
rebuilt. Ex. cond. 663-8029. 16Z47
1967 HONDA 65, 1575 miles. All winters
in garage. Call Kathy, 761-2194 before
2 p.m. 10Z42
1968 DUCATI 350 scrambler. 1000 miles,
includes helnet. $625. 761-3084. 20Z51
'67 305 SUPER HAWK. 5700 miles. Buco
saddlebags, 2 helmets, good condition.
Cali after 6, 662-6114. 19Z50
TWO FULL Buco helmets and face
mask. Call Dave at 769-3184. Z47
"THE RIGHT CHOICE"
HONDA OF ANN ARBOR
3000 Packard at Platt-971-4500
serving U of M since 1963
9Ztc
BSA, '66 Mark 2, 650 cc. Must sell im-
mediately. UN 4-4098. 18Z48

SINCE ALMOST all gem diamonds
come from Africa, a brand label for a
ring mounting does not guarantee
the qualityof the major diamond in
the ring;. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
Univ. 663-7151,
JOAN IS COMING!
19F63
ALPINE RIDING STABLES. *Horses
rented, bought, and sold. 2525 W.
Seven Mile Rd., Whitmore Lake. Rid-
ing weekends only. 449-2950. 62 Ftc
FREE-LANCE PHOTOGRAPHER seeks
interesting, and legitimate! photo
work. Call Richard Lee, 764-6755, 764-
0553, 764-0561. Ftc
Xerox copies
Cheap-4Fast
1217 S. University 769-0560
5 Ftc

PERSONAL

C2F

k.

TRADEWI
Located near t
events bldg.

"
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2-3-4 man
Huge bi-le
Balconies
Central air
Covered p
Luxurious
Free bus se
Cal
665-8330c

SUMMER
ALBERT TERRA
Single or bilevel 2
ously furnished-
Air c-nI

Air cond.
We are now accepting appli- I', baths
cations for our choice fur-1 Dishwasher
nished campus apartments See Balcony or pa
Seresident manag
for 1, 2, 3, or 4 single stu- p.m. Mon.-Sat. o
dents. Inquiries may be Charte
made at 665

All-star starters
Denny McLain Steve Carlton

26 CtcFOR SALE
- SIDE BOARD, 2 china cabinets, couch,
I ND APTS. 2 book cases, dresser, flush door table,
.he stadium and girl's bike. NO 2-9621. 13B51
PORTABLE PANASONIC tape recorder.
apts. Original price $44.10. Call 761-9629,
vels. after 5. 14B50
r-cond. rV FOR SALE. Good cond. Black and
arking white. Call P. Boone, 764-7292 or 665-
dy furnished 8369. 12B48T
>ervice to campus _-----_.._- -~-- ___._ _
I now SWELL SALE-Single bed, box springs;
or 761-8055 desk. Phone 769-5336 and leave num-
21 Ctc ber (and name, if you want). B55
RENTALS THE HOBBY HORSE
ACE-1700 Geddes 810 BROWN
bdrm. apts. Luxuri- Open weekends only:
-$40-$53/man. Sat. 10-5; Sun. 1-5
All stained glass windows 20% off
regular price this weekend.-
11B47
aer in Apt. A7. 1-5:30 4 LOTS, BY OWNER. Natural woods.
r phone 761-1717. Rare native wildflowers. PicturesqueI
,r Realty seclusion within city. Fieldstone bldg.
-8825 4C 662-6892. 9B49
43Ctc HEATHKIT STEREO - brand new-
speakers, amp, turntable included.
REST APTS. Also Sony tape recorder model 104.
Call 663-5011. B44I
. Forest
969 Z IG ZAG
2 br furnished
drapes, colored ap- Sewing machine. Must be sold.
tdishwasher avail- Built in controls to make button
ter-com door sys- holes, overcast, and blind hem
ing. stitches.
e-347 Maynard Total. price $43.20
6052 or 769-3137. Tax included or pay 10 monthly '
52 or 449-2907 interest free payments of $4.32.
25 Ctc No carrying charges, Call Capitol
Credit Manager 'til 9 p.m.
FAL LOccupanc y-4,
locks from business f 729-461 0
from law school. Call 4 Btc
28Ctc
1969 SINGER1
ARCH Zig Zab sewing machine, slightly
used, sews on buttons, makes but-
The newest bldg. tonholes, overcasts, makes fancy
udes al e u stitches. No attachments needed.
es, air-cond., dish- 5 yr. parts and service guarantee,
rking. Reserve your
84 or 761-8055. Total price $63.80 Tax Inc.
20 Ctc Or pay 10 monthly interest free ;
payments of $6.38. No carrying
a FOR FALL charges. Call Capitol Credit Man- -
[rms. Separate study ager 'til 9 p.m.
room. 761-6916. 52Ctc9
729-4610,_.

Triumph
BMW

Yamaha
Tawasaki.
ZTC
ND

LOST AND FOU

545 Church
Call 761 -7600

TRIUMPH-250cc - Candy apple red-
1969. Brand new, 400 miles. Leaving
town soon. Must sell. Great bargain.
Call 761-3689 mornings or evenings
or 662-7896. 15251

RUTH NO. 1:
Writers name greatest team

DOWNTOWN HONDA BLOOD DONORS
310 E. WashingtonBDONORS
665-8637 3Ztc URGEN\TLY NEEDED
--- - -----..---- $7.50 Rh positive, $10 and $12 Rh
SUZUKI 100 cc still under warranty, negative Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri,
Call Fred, 769-1393. 9 Ztc # ,-4; Wed., 1-7. 18-21 years old need
-_ --- parent's permission.
NICHOLSON'S MOTORCYCLE SALES Michigan Community Blood Center
224 S Firt, A - E 404 W_ Michigan- Ynsilantl

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DAHLMANN APARTMENTS

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NEW YORK (M)-The Baseball
Writers Association of America
settled some age-old arguments
yesterday with the naming of ma-
jor league baseball's greatest all-
time players.
There were very few surprises
on the squad that has been the
subject of street-corner debate al-
most since the sport began a cen-
tury ago.
Babe Ruth, the slugging right
fielder who slammed a career total
of 714 home runs, was named the
greatest player ever. Ruth was one
of three New York Yankee play-
ers named to the greatest ever
team.
The other were first baseman
Lou Gehrig, who followed Ruth in
the Murderers Row line-up that
led the Yankees to total domina-
tion of the sport in the 1920s and
30s, and centerfielder Joe DiMag-
gio, slugging star of the 40s and
50s.
Joining Ruth and DiMaggio in
the greatest everoutfield was Ty
Cobb of the Detroit Tigers, who
had a career batting average of
.367.
The infield besides Gehrig list-
ed Rogers Hornsby at second base,
Pie Traynor at third and Honus
Wagner at shortstop. The catcher
was Mickey Cochrane with Walter;
Johnson picked as the right-hand-
ed pitcher and Lefty Grove as the
left-hander.
John McGraw, who managed the
New York Giants to 10 National
League pennants, was named man-
ager of the team.
Also selected was a greatest
living player team with DiMaggio,
Traynor and Grove the only play-
ers named to both. George Sisler
and Stan Musial tied for the first
base job on the greatest living
squad with Charlie Gehringer at

second, Joe Cronin at shortstop
and Traynor at third.
Ted Williams was picked in left
field, DiMaggio in center and Wil-
lie Mays in right. Bill Dickey was
named the catcher and Grove and
Bob Feller the pitchers. Casey
Stengel was chosen manager of
the greatest living team.

Mays, whose 596 career homersj
rank second only to Ruth's total,
was the only player chosen who is
still active. The San Francisco
Giants' star will appear in his
16th All Star Game at Washing-
ton Tuesday night.
Now that that's settled, what do
the fans have left to argue about?

736 Packard
731 Packard
316 E. Madison
Choice 1, 2, 3, and 4 ManE
Large, modern, furnished, free parking,
sundeck, air conditioned, laundry,
storage, central antenna, vacuums,
garbage disposal, balconies. Interest
on security deposit. TV and dish-
washer rental available.
Ambassador Company
736 Packard 761-7982
NoCte

ARBOR FO
721 S
Air conditioned,
apts. Carpeted, d
pliances, disposal,
able, Securityp ii
tem. Ample parki
Business offic
9 to 5 call 663-f
Eve's 663-60
AVAILABLE FOR
man apt., 2 blc
school, 3 blocks f
769-2608.
711f
4-5-6 man apts.
on campus. Inc
nishings, balconie
washers, and par
apt. now! 663-52E
BI-LEVELS
Large 4 man, 2 bd
or formal diningx

LOST-Blonde female cat. No collar.
Area of Packard and Vaughn. Call
668-7064 after 5. Reward. 20A53
FOUND-3 ma. old kitten. Black with
some gray. Longish hair. Found out-
side ISR, Mon, a.m. Call 764-83561
days, 663-5295 eves. A52
LOST - Siamese de-clawed neutered,
shepherds crook tail. Name Kahuna.
Call 663-8123. 17A54
LOST-Black male kitten near Hill and
Forest. 665-0333, 17A45
LOST ONE PAIR black-rimmed glasses
on June 17 during the disturbance
while owner was being arrested be-
tween 9 and 10 o'clock in front of the
Village Apothecary on S. University.
Any person having information or the
glasses please call 769-2130. .17A55
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS,,REPAIRS
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
instructions-209 S. State, 665-8001. X
USED CARS
1968 FIAT-850 Coupe. Drafted-forced
to sell. 663-5284. 14Ntc
'60 OLDS Convertible. Runs well. $125.
761-5843. 13N52
VW, '64 Sedan. 26,500 miles, good con-
dition. $750. 663-6368. 20N51
SUNBEAM ALPINE $1350. Cheap. Call
665-6487 after 5 p.m. 11N48
1965 2-DOOR PLYMOUTH V-8, power
steering, power brakes, new set of
tires. Well maintained. $750.00. Call
Andy, 761-9092 or 764-0552, ex. 24.
N53
WANTED TO RENT -
WANTED TO RENT: house or part of
a house. 3-5 bdrms. for sr. women.
for fall. Call 761-2034 or 665-7453.
3LTC

MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS.

SUMMIT HOUSE

,v w. wcnga . p~nn
483-1894
BUSINESS SERVICES
IMAGES from the Medium's Mouth
Commercial Photographers
THE MEDIUM'S MOUTH
665-7286
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XEROX COPIES

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L Pet.
Baltimore 65 31 .677
Boston 54 42 .563
Detroit 52 41 .559
Washington 51 50 .505
New York 46 52 .469
Cleveland 38 59 .392
Western Division
Minnesota 59 37 .615
Oakland 53 39 .576
Kansas City 41 55 .427
Seattle 40 55 .421
Chicago 40 56 .417
California 36 58 .383
BASEBALL'S TOP TEN
Based on 275 at bats.
AMERICAN LEAGUE

GB
11
11%;
16%
20
27' ~
4
18
18V
19
22
Pct.
8 .364
2 .339
1 .339
2 .329
5 .313
4 .312
1 .309
0 .302
0 .299
0 .294

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L Pet.
Chicago 60 37 .619
New York 53 39 .576
St. Louis 49 48 .505
Pittsburgh 47 48 .495
Philadelphia 39 55 .415
Montreal 31 6S .323
Western Division
Atlanta 56 42 .571
Los Angeles 53 41 .564
San Francisco 54 42 .563
Cincinnati 48 41 .539
Houston 48 48 .500
San Diego 33 65 .337
BASEBALL'S.TOP TEN
Based on 275 at bats.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

GB
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1, 2, 3 bdrm apts., newly furnished,
moderately priced. Include balcon-
ies, air cond., parking. Call 761-5471
or 761-8055. 22 Ctc
PALL
1, 2, 3 bedroom apartments with air{
conditioning and dishwasher. Some1
are bi-level with 1% baths. Excellent{
campus locations.
Charter Realty
1335 South University
665-8825
23Ctc

TV RENTALS
AND STEREOS
$8.50 per month
761-1945
Free same day delivery and service
New 19" portables
Cis
BRAND NEW
SHORE VIEW APTS.
Features large 1 and 2 Bedroom
furnished and unfurnished apart-
ments.
Unfurnished apts. start at $155.00.
Apartment includes Hotpoint color-
ed appliances plus dishwasher, dis-
posal and air conditioningFully
carpeted and draped. Storage area,
washing facilities, parking and
swimming pool. All utilities includ-
ed except electricity, Immediate
occupancy. Phone 761-3998 or 761-
2227. Offices 426 or 414 Kellogg,
corner of Broadway and Pontiac
Trail to the end of Kellogg. 011

3 Btc

PAPERS, ESSAYS, REPORTS, THE-
SES Perfect copies now only 7coon
overnight service, use correct-o-tape
or unlimited erasures and yet be as-
sured of copies that evendlook better
than the original from the new Xerox
2400. We supply 20 weight copy paper
free., Documents stored in office safe
for complete safety on request. Im-
mediate service during business hours
9c per page. Discount Photocopy Ser-
vice, 1217 S. University. 769-0560.
8JTC
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY desires
work inNher home. Thesis, technical
ltyping, stuffing, etc. IBM electric.
Call Jeanette, 971-2463 I 48Jtc
HELP WANTED
BOYS WANTED for meal jobs at
sorority house. Starting Mon.-dinner
at 5:30. 1205 Hill. 668-7100. 81449
HELP WANTED to distribute flyers
during Registration. Call Mr. Lasser.
761-3103, 8-10 a.m. 14Htc
INTERESTED IN GIVING CAMPUS
TOURS? Prospective University of
Michigan students and their families
are eager to be shown about the cam-
pus. If you have a spare hour a week
to volunteer please call Betty van den
Bosch at the Alumni Association, 764-
0384 from 8:00 to 5:00 or Linda Clancy,
761-4994 evenings. 10H46
COLLEGE MEN - Earn $50-75/wk. in
your spare time. Car necessary. Divi-
sion of Alcoa. An equal opportunity
employer. Call Bob, 769-0130. 5Htc
SINGLE, DISORGANIZED MALE look-
ing for attractive, energetic female
to do housekeeping and shopping.
Must have driver's license. $2/hr. 1
day/wk. Call Alan, 761-2916. 4 H48
BARGAIN CORNER
Sam's Store
LEVI'S Galore For
Gals and Guys!
LEVI DENIMS:
Button Fly ...... $5.98
(Guaranteed to Shrink)
Super Slims......$6.00
Pre-Shrunk
Dungarees ......$6.50
Now Levi Denims
for Gals ........ $6.00

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SUMMER SUBLET
A GOOD LIFE for 1% mo., share spa-
cious furn. apt. 'til Sept. 1. Very
reasonable. Cali 769-5503. 16U50
ONE GIRL for apt. on Geddes. July-
Aug. Own room. Cheap 761-3858. 3U40
SUMMER SUBLETS
Come in and check our listings at:

737 Packard
1-5 p.m. 761-8963 U

U25

Player Club
Carew, Min
R. Smith, Bsn
Oliva, min
F. Robinson, Bal
F. Howard, Was
Blair, Bal
Petrocelli, Bsn
Piniella, KC
Powell, Bal
Cater, Oak

G AB R H
80 297 60 1W
86 330 58 11
87 357 58 12
93 340 76 11
101 368 72 115
94 398 77 124
93 311 56 9E
88 331 34 10
94 335 53 100
92 374 44 110

Player Club
M. Alou, Pgh
Stargell, Pgh
A. Johnson, Cin
Clemente, Pgh
C. Jones, NY
Perez, Cin
H. Aaron, Atl
Rose, Cin
McCovey, SF
L. May, Cin

G AB R H Pet.
95 412 68 146 .354
84 303 50 105 .347
75 298 52 102 .342
78 284 51 97 .342
90 320 65 109 .341
89 360 70 121 .336
88 324 58 106 .327
83 334 67 109 .326
86 283 58 92 .325
88 345 56 111 .322

WELCOME
STUDENTS !
* DISTINCTIVE COLLEGIATE
HAIRSTYLING for Men -
and .Women --
* 8 Hairstylists
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
at Maple Village-Campus

Pitching
8 Decisions
McNally, Baltimore, 13-0, 1.000;
Lolich, Detroit, 13-2, .867; Odom,
Oakland, 14-3, .824; Palmer, Balti-
more, 9-2, .818; Phoebus, Baltimore,
9-3, .750; Nagy, Boston, 6-2, .750.

Pitching
8 Decisions
Marichal, San Francisco, 13-4,
.765; Carroll, Cincinnati, 12-4, .750;
J. Ray, Houston, 6-2, .750; Bald-
schun, San Diego, 6-2, .750; Moose,
Pittsburgh, 6-2, .750.

GET YOUR MAN WITH A
Want Adj.

WANT A DATE?
Consider the Advantages of Computa-Date!
Throughout America respectable unattached people ponder
over the problem of how to meet suitable people of the op-
posite sex. Match-making efforts of well meaning relatives,
friends and business associates often prove to be embarrass-
ing or unsatisfactory. For many single men and women the
idea of finding companionship in bars, at dances, at the
beach or other public places is highly distasteful . . . Indeed
such a meeting is hardly the ideal foundation for a mean-
inaful relationship.

3 Bedrooms
and
FIREPLACE
Yes, that's right. Live in the Sum-
mit House this fall. Call 761-8055
or 761-5471. 39 Ctc
2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
from
$200
761-8055
40 Ctc
ALBERT TERRACE

LUXURY LIVING for summer. Walk to
campus. Air-cond., furn., carport, en-
closed patio, 2 bdrm. 761-1523 eve-
nings. 63 Utc
TRANSPORTATION !
ASPEN, Colorado - Riders Wanted.
Leave August 1 in 1968 Volvo. Call
665-7286 between 5 and 7. G55
RIDERS WANTED to Phila. or points
East. Leaving Sun. morn., July 27.
Share expenses. Call 761-3689 or 662-
7896 morns, or eves. 31G54
PHOTO SUPPLIES
FOR SALE - Complete darkroom. En-
larger, essel dryer, safe-lamp, timer,
8x10 trays, 11x14 trays, developing
tank. $130. Call Jim, 665-7557 morns.
5D52
NIKKOR 24mm f2.8 wide angle lens for
Nikon F, Nikkormat-brand new-
$155. Leitz Tele-Elmarit 135mm f2.8
lens. Couples to all M series and visa-
flex housings. Also new $210. Call
Andy, 761-9092 or 764-0552 ex. 24.
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AT CENTURY
The Best in
Good Used Cameras

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